in which the legs fold together to permit of the hinged side "leaves" of the circular top falling down for economy of space. Another example of a similar type is illustrated on the preceding page.
In the foregoing illustrations and the comments on them it has been my endeavour to present as exhaustive a summary
Late Stuart Table (Showing Flemish influence)
and analysis of the leading characteristics of Stuart furniture as is possible within the limits imposed upon me by considerations of space. If the forms and details we have examined be retained in the mind's eye, it will be quite simple for anyone to identify any piece which was designed or produced in this country during the period that elapsed between
J6oo and 1680 or 1690; providing, of course, that it be not
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